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Howlin' Wolf Band
Bremen, West Germany
16 March 1964
*No info re: venue
Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker
Hooker 'N Heat
Muddy Waters - “Hard Again”
John Lee Hooker - “Don’t Turn Me from Your Door”
Forty Blue Fingers... - Chicken Shack
The Sky is Crying
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
1991 Epic EK 47390
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
Great album. SRV was out of this world. Have you ever seen the Live at the El Mocambo DVD? It's SRV at his best in a small, intimate setting. Fantastic to see and hear.
Muddy Waters Band
San Francisco, CA
4 November 1966
B.B. King - “King of the Blues” (disc 2)
Big Mama Thornton is singing right now from The Blues... "A Real Summit Meeting" MFSL 2-518 Includes Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, and of course B.B. and Muddy. Cool.
Jimmie Vaughan - Plays Blues, Ballads and Favorites
Jimmie Vaughan - Plays More Blues, Ballads and Favorites
Johnny Moeller - Bloogaloo!
Lou Ann Barton - The Best
Omar Kent Dykes and Jimmie Vaughan - On The Jimmy Reed Highway
Omar & The Howlers - Too Much Is Not Enough
Marcia Ball, Angela Stehli & Lou Ann Barton - Dreams Come True
Live At The Psyche Delly
these guys were local and played parties when I was in my early teens.
Was that back in the Thackery days? He's a heck of a player.
Yeah. Very underrated guitarist. He left the band after their big label (Mercury) album was a dud. Naturally, the label wanted something different than what the band wanted. He was right up there talent-wise with some of the better white blues guitarists that were making a name for themselves and felt the band was holding him back. They have had a lot of excellent guitarists since.
Not your usual Blues artist.
At least not mine.
Albert Collins Robert Cray Johnny Copeland - Showdown!
Flavor of the day - Marantz Model 9"s - Marantz 7C - Technics SL 1700mk2 w/ Ortofon 2M Black - Klipsch Forte - Sunfire True Sub mk1
John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers
Sticking with Texas;
The Fabulous Thunderbirds - What's The Word
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